Volume 3 in this series of 6 is a celebration of the music Ike & Tina Turner brought to the world from 1960 to 1975, and a pioneering spirit that saw them inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame in 1991. This compilation is astonishing, because it proves that they were more than hugely successful and influential. What the pair were doing was simply amazing and when you listen to all the songs on Movin' you'll understand why they were embraced as much by rock fans as soul devotees, and why they had a funk heartbeat as well as a blues passion. Ike & Tina Turner were really all about two things: Tina's belting, rampantly Amazonian vocals, and Ike's brilliance as both a musician and writer. The voice you hear on these recordings batters down the barriers between the modern era and the times these were first committed to tape. If the production values are very much of their era, then Tina's blousy, blustery bacchanalian vocals (with more than a hint of gospel about them) blaze through as brightly now as they did back then. Listen to the way she belts out the opening song here, 'Sweet Rhode Island Red'. This is a woman for whom confidence is a second skin, as she leads the band through a toothsome strut. This might be a latterday single for the famed couple, but it proved they never lost any of their penetration. It's the perfect match of funk, soul and rock 'n' roll even bordering on hard rock.